Hangover Sports Roundup
Lobo joins the Redskins, Jackson fighter steals the show, Dwyane Wade—a one-man army
Draft report cards are in. ESPN experts breakdown who made the grade and who gambled on players that may not pan out.
Congrats go out to Lobo Erik Cook, who joins his brother in the NFL after being selected 22nd in the seventh round by the Washington Redskins.
Before Jose Aldo vs. Urijah Faber takes place, the UFC holds a 60-minute Q&A session with fighters Chael Sonnen and Jamie Varner. Sonnen entertains the crowd and sells himself as the man to defeat Anderson Silva.
During the post-fight press conference, UFC President Dana White entertains the media and talks about Strikeforce champ Jake Shields’ cameo. Aldo and Ben Henderson discuss their dominating performances, and Greg Jackson's fighter Leonard Garcia talks about stealing the show.
Insightful comments from White about avoiding the wrong network television deal.
LeBron James has another king-like performance, dominating the Chicago Bulls to take a 3-1 series lead. This clip pretty much sums up James' beatdown.
But Dwyane Wade had the game of the weekend, putting on a one-man show with 46 points against the Boston Celtics.